Europe allocates $12.6M for three recycling projects
Nov 04, 2013 | 01:28 PM
| Keith Nuthall
LONDON The European Commission has earmarked 9.37 million ($12.6 million) in funding for three major research projects to help increase innovation in recycling nonferrous metals.
The three projectswhich will focus on auto shredding, aluminum scrap and batterieswill be launched Nov. 6, the commission said.....
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